Here’s what happened…
In a surprising turn of events, Republican Nikki Haley just suggested that she might challenge former President Donald Trump for the presidency in 2024.
According to Newsweek, Haley served under Trump as his ambassador to the United Nations and was the former Governor of South Carolina.
Haley hinted at launching her 2024 presidential run during an interview with Fox News.
For years, Haley has been urged to run for the presidency and a lot of Republican strategist have said that Haley running as Trump’s vice president in 2024 would be a fantastic duo.
Haley told Fox’s Sean Hannity, “Yes, we are leaning in. Look—it is time for a new generation. It is time for more leadership. It is time for the fact that we really start to take our country back.” She later added that America can’t have another Joe Biden presidency.
Haley also took a shot at Trump and said, “And we have to remember, too—we have lost the lasts seven out of eight popular votes for president. It is time that we get a Republican in there that can lead and that can win a general election.”
It’s time for a new generation.
It’s time for new leadership.
And it’s time to take our country back.
America is worth the fight—and we’re just getting started. pic.twitter.com/L93Q6WirzD
— Nikki Haley (@NikkiHaley) January 21, 2023